Auto Insurance

Having the perfect auto insurance cover means you can quickly get back on the road if your car is stolen or damaged by fire, accident, or any other incident covered by your insurance policy. Based on the policy you choose, you can get protection against legal and medical expenses originating from loss of life, injury, and property destruction caused by the vehicle’s accident.

It is worth noting that an insurance policy is a contract between you and an insurance provider. You generally pay a premium, and the insurance company caters for particular vehicle-related financial losses throughout the policy’s terms. At Giddings Agencies we can help you identify the best coverage based on your preference and budget.

Several aspects determine the ideal auto coverage. The right coverage policy covers the following:

  • A liability cover to cater for damages you cause to others.
  • A no-fault cover that caters for medical and related expenses caused to you and your passengers.
  • Both no-fault and liability covers.

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Medical Payment & Personal Injury Coverage

Risk Factor

The healthcare costs associated with an automobile accident can sometimes reach thousands of dollars, regardless of whether you caused the accident or the other vehicle caused it, with you being responsible for most of it out of pocket.


Some medical expenses and funeral expenses of covered drivers and passengers after an accident can be covered by medical payments coverage or Personal Injury Protection, depending on where you live. Depending on where you live, you may need different requirements, limits, and coverage.

Physical Damage Coverage

Risk Factor

Automobiles can be relatively expensive investments - one that is susceptible to weather-related losses, thefts, and other out-of-control situations.


In addition to physical damage coverage, comprehensive coverage can cover your vehicle in case of theft, dismemberment, or damage caused by something other than a collision, such as hitting another object or vehicle. If your vehicle is fully paid off, you can opt to have this coverage, but if you want your vehicle to be fully protected, you should consider it.

Bodily Injury Liability Coverage

Risk Factor

Distractions are common while driving. Changing the radio station, receiving a text message, or getting distracted by a fussy baby can cause you to lose focus long enough to cause your eyes to go off the road. Those injured as a result of an accident may hold you financially responsible as the owner/operator of the vehicle.


In case of a covered accident that causes physical injury to another individual, bodily injury liability covers your legal liability up to the limit of liability you select in your policy. In the event you are sued or if someone makes a claim against you, you should purchase enough coverage to protect your assets. Additional liability limits may be provided by a policy with excess liability.

Underinsured/Uninsured Motorist Coverage

Risk Factor

In the event that the driver who hit you does not have enough liability insurance, what will happen? Worse yet, they leave the scene? The number of instances of this is higher than you might expect, according to research. Having a collision with someone who does not have insurance or who has underinsurance can be costly be left to pay out-of-pocket for damages and medical expenses not covered by the other driver.


If you are injured or lose your wages due to an uninsured/underinsured motorist, a hit-and-run driver, an insolvent automobile insurance company, or an insufficient amount of coverage, you may be covered for the damage.

Loss of Use & Rental Coverage

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Your daily responsibilities may not be interrupted while your vehicle is being repaired or replaced due to a covered loss.You may have to rent an alternative vehicle while your vehicle is being repaired or replaced due to a covered loss. It can be expensive to rent a vehicle for a long period of time, especially if you do it frequently.


Your auto insurance policy can include rental coverage and loss of use coverage if you ever have an accident that required a temporary replacement vehicle, public transportation or private transportation. There are several daily limits available for this coverage.

Auto Damage Coverage

Risk Factor

If you are involved in an auto accident and cause damage to someone else's property, you and your family might be financially responsible. States may require different amounts.


Property damage coverage makes sure you are protected if your car damages property belonging to someone else, such as a fence, a building, or another vehicle. The insurance company or local laws may dictate your coverage limit, or you can choose your own.

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What is the Right Auto Insurance for You?

The law requires drivers to reimburse for the losses they cause to motorists and other road users, even when driving in states that don’t need coverage. An auto insurance policy is the best way to comply with all unforeseen problems. When financing a vehicle, it is essential to have insurance that covers damages to your car. The best policy comprises the following:

Collision Insurance

This insurance pays for any damage caused to your car in an accident. A standard coverage might cater for all repairs up to a reasonable market value of your vehicle. Often, collision insurance contains an insurance deductible, which is the amount of money you pay for the repairs before the collision insurance takes over. Paying a high deductible translates to low collision coverage and vice versa.

Comprehensive Insurance

Comprehensive insurance covers the damages caused to your vehicle other than collisions, including vandalism and theft. This insurance covers other damages like windshields, hurricanes, fires, and floods. A comprehensive cover pays up to the reasonable market value of your vehicle. While all state does not legally need it, the chances are high that you will require it when financing your car.

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